) and an interest in healthy living (with a perfectly crooked smile and symmetrical face.
I hastily paid the driver and opened the door, my mind flooding with apprehensive thoughts.7-We are the only Christian site using a derivative of the Big Five personality assessment.Online dating always involves a certain level of risk.It was the beginning of any modern love story: On a random Thursday afternoon, we both swiped right on Tinder. When he messaged me, he said I look like someone who has her life together, which was "refreshing." And in response to the note in my profile that says I'd prefer someone who's taller than 5'9", he told me he was 6'3". So we exchanged numbers, solidified a date for the following Friday and began to text -- every single day.His profile encompassed everything I could've ever wanted in a man: 26-years-old (good age! I was floored by how comfortable and open I felt with him in mere days. He asked how my day was and seemed to genuinely give a shit about the answer.Though we hadn't yet heard each other's voices or met in person, the feelings we had for each other in that first week were palpable, each vibration of our phones catapulting them to new heights and setting my little hopeless romantic heart ablaze.We even friended each other on Facebook (and confessed to stalking each other, too). My friends scoffed at how I could possibly think so much of a man who I hadn't even seen in the flesh yet.However, because we care about our members, we take the following precautions to help minimize your risk, which other sites do not.1-We put a hold on each new profile so it can be manually reviewed before going live.But in our fast-paced, constantly-communicating world, two weeks spent Facebook stalking, sending selfies back and forth and engaging in all-day-every-day texting sessions about your hopes and dreams and how much you have in common can feel like two .Even if you've only hung out in real life three times.